Animal Cinema


Animal Cinema short film screening in Shorts at Sea aboard The Musette ship cruising along Fort Lauderdale’s Intracoastal Waterway at the 33rd Fort Lauderdale International Festival (FLiFF), Nov. 12, 2018. I had no idea what I was filming (had not seen the program) but here some impressions of the astonishing images filmed both from behind the screen and in front. More from behind the screen posted dd 20181123 in ‘Screen’ – Link https://1-memo.com/2018/11/23/screen/ .
Animal Cinema is a film by Emilio Vavarella , composed of fragments of videos of animals operating cameras. All cameras were stolen by animals who acted autonomously.
More info at the site of Emilio Vavarella http://emiliovavarella.com/animal-cinema/ .

Animal Cinema ~ Screening : Animal Cinema by Emilio Vavarella | 33rd Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival ~ Film : 20201117 Michel van der Burg | 1-memo•com | Miracles•Media

Putmolen ~ Episode 2 “Polder”


View from a window inside the Putmolen water windmill in the Aarlanderveen polder around Alphen, Holland.
This Putmolen mill drains water from the lowest part of the polder, the so-called Put (pit) – at 5.4 meter , that is 18 feet, below sea level. More on this so-called Mill #4 of the Aarlanderveen Gang of Four Mills in the first episode “Crystal Ball” , link https://1-memo.com/2020/10/01/putmolen-episode-1-crystal-ball/ .
Filmed using an Ambeo (Sennheiser – Apogee) headset for binaural sound and the iPhone X on the dutch national mill day 2018.
Putmolen ~ Episode 2 “Polder” | 20201002 | Michel van der Burg | 1-memo.com

Morning Mist


Morning Mist ~ Socalled ditch mist (sloot mist) at a drainage waterway, forming moving mist layers this early September morning filtering sunlight at sunrise in Polder Bloemendaal, Waddinxveen, South Holland. Morning Mist | 20200914 | Michel van der Burg | 1-memo•com

Kinderdijk Windmills


Kinderdijk Windmills ~ Pinhole film July 2013 of the windmills in the village Kinderdijk in Holland (UNESCO World Heritage).

Pinhole camera : SLR Magic ‘Toy’ Pin Hole cap – f/128 aperture, 12mm focal length (24mm-equivalent), 84° angle view – mounted on a Olympus Micro Four Third camera (E-PM1).

Kinderdijk Windmills | 20200704 | 1-memo.com